Addressing Cybersecurity in the Legislative Branch
Please join the Washington Cyber Roundtable (WCR) for an intimate roundtable event focused on the drafting of cyber policy, awareness and training of diverse user groups and the uniqueness of the legislative branch when addressing cybersecurity.
Attendees will hear from Jamie Crotts, Cybersecurity Communications, Outreach and Policy Manager for the U.S. House of Representatives.
The event will conclude with a networking happy hour.
About Our Speaker
Jamie Crotts is the Cybersecurity Communications, Outreach, and Policy Manager for the United States House of Representatives. He works in the Office of the Chief Information Security Officer within the Chief Administrative Office at the House. In his current role, Mr. Crotts leads a team in charge of authoring cybersecurity policies and standards for House users, planning and leading cybersecurity exercises for the Legislative Branch, and managing the security awareness training and phishing programs for the House.
Mr. Crotts has extensive experience in the fields of cybersecurity, communications, exercise planning and execution, and business continuity/disaster recovery. He has worked in these fields for more than 17 years supporting various Executive Branch entities such as the Department of Homeland Security, the Department of Defense, and the intelligence community before coming to the House in 2015.
Mr. Crotts earned a Bachelor’s degree in English Literature and Creative Writing from Elon University and a Master’s Degree from the University of Georgia in Journalism and Mass Communication.